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SHIs order break the US$10 bn Print

Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) concluded a contract with Hanjin Shipping to build five 10,000 TEU container ships on August 24. The order allowed the shipbuilder to receive an accumulated amount of US$10 billion worth of orders so far this year. In addition, SHI is the first shipbuilder in the industry to reach US$10 billion in the orders received this year. It also marks the highest amount since the Korean shipbuilder was established.

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Hanjin Shipping Orders Five 10,000TEU Containerships Print
Hanjin Shipping has become the first Korean carrier to place an order of five 10,000TEU containerships. At Hotel Shilla in Seoul at 5 pm on August 24, 2006, Hanjin Shipping President & CEO Jung-won Park and Samsung Heavy Industries CEO Jing-wan Kim signed the contract for building five 10,000 TEU vessels. The five vessels ordered are scheduled for successive deployment from February of 2010 on Hanjin's trans-Pacific trade and expected to provide better customer service and rationalize the company's fleet operation.
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Port Of Tianjin Capacity to Rise Print
Chineese Port of Tianjin port will see its cargo handling capacity soar by 1.7 million TEU in early 2007 when a new terminal, the Tianjin Port Alliance International Container Terminal, is expected to start operations.
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CMA CGM upgrades its Far East / Mexico/ Central America service Print
CMA CGM  announced the reshuffling and upgrading of its Pacific East Coast Express 2 Service (PEX2), linking the Far East with Mexico, Central America & the Caribbean : From August 29th, CMA CGM will run its own PEX 2 weekly service independently, with 8 vessels of 3000/3500 TEU capacity.
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Test Experiment of Hybrid Transfer Crane Starts at Tokyo Container Terminal Print

Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK; Head office: Tokyo; President: Koji Miyahara) and TCM Corporation (TCM; Head office: Osaka; President: Atsushige Ishiki) have agreed to conduct a test experiment for the practical use of a hybrid transfer crane* that has been jointly developed by the two companies.

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Port of Felixstowe Takes Delivery of Additional Yard Cranes Print
The Port of Felixstowe has welcomed the arrival of nine rubber-tyred gantry cranes from Zhenhua Port Machinery Company (ZPMC) of Shanghai. The cranes have been transported – fully erected – by sea from China, a journey that has taken nine weeks. Following full commissioning tests, it is anticipated that the cranes will be fully operational within a short time.
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Alliances and GPA Announce “Asia-East Coast” Service to Call on Savannah Print

Doug J. Marchand, Executive Director of the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA), the Grand Alliance, comprised of OOCL, NYK Hapag-Lloyd, and the New World Alliance, comprised of APL, MOL and Hyundai Merchant Marine announced the addition of the Asia-East Coast service (also known as the EC3 service), a new express, all-water service between Asia and Savannah via the Panama Canal.

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Quintana Maritime Limited Takes Delivery Of Its Second Kamsarmax Newbuilding Print
Quintana Maritime Limited (NASDAQ: QMAR) announced that it took delivery of its second Kamsarmax bulk carrier, Iron Fuzeyya, from Metrobulk. Iron Fuzeyya has a carrying capacity of 82,209 deadweight tons (dwt) and was built in January 2006 at Tsuneishi, a Japanese shipyard.
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APL launches new Baltic feeder service Print

APL has announced the launch of a new North Europe feeder service, the Lower Baltic Express (LBX). Commencing from Hamburg on June 5, APL will deploy the 400 TEU Euro Storm on a fixed-day, weekly frequency between Hamburg, Klaipeda (Lithuania) and Gdynia (Poland).

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Maersk: Namegiving of newbuilding L 203 from Odense Steel Shipyard Print
On Saturday 12 August 2006 Odense Steel Shipyard presented its latest newbuilding, an 11,000 TEU container vessel, for the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group. Mrs Ane Mærsk Mc-Kinney Uggla, accompanied by her husband, Mr Peder Uggla, honoured A.P. Moller - Maersk and the Yard by naming the newbuilding EMMA MÆRSK. The namegiving ceremony was attended by the Company’s and the Yard’s Boards of Directors as well as Mr Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller.
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Incident with the Crude Oil Tanker - BRIGHT ARTEMIS Print
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) reports that the MOL-owned crude oil tanker, Bright Artemis, was suffered the damage on her hull when she is trying to rescue the crew of a vessel "Amar". The incident led to crude oil spillage from Bright Artemis in between Sri Lanka and Sumatra Island on Monday, August 14. The outline of events is as follows:
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US Lines Signs up Patrick Stevedores in Australia Print
Patrick Stevedores has been chosen as the terminal operator in Australia for the new US Lines (USL) operation which gets under way later this month.  Announcing the appointment today, USL’s Australasian Vice President Noel Coom says the line had every confidence in the Patrick operation.
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APL Logistics and Con-way Freight Launch “OceanGuaranteedSM” Service Print

Companies create new service category combining premium ocean carriage with high-performance LTL transportation for fast, guaranteed port-to-door delivery from China to the U.S. 
APL Logistics, the global supply chain management leader, and Con-way Freight (NYSE: CNW), which operates the most extensive regional less-than-truckload (LTL) freight transportation network in the United States, today announced the launch of "OceanGuaranteedSM," a new service providing secure, rapid delivery of less-than-container load (LCL) shipments from China to the U.S.

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Maersk Launches New European Service at YICT Print

On 14 August 2006, YICT welcomed a new European (AE3E) service operated by Maersk. The shipping line has deployed seven 5,000-TEU container vessels to the line-haul route, which includes a port rotation of Nanshan, Tanjung Pelepas, Suez Canal, Port Said, Damietta, Gioia Tauro, Port Said, Suez Canal, Singapore, Yantian, Nagoya, Yokohama and Shimizu. This new service calling at YICT is a direct response to an increase in demand for European routes during the peak shipping season.
 
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China Shipping Put Emphasis on the Fight against Typhoon Print

Recently China Shipping held a meeting to stengthen the work for the fight against typhoon.
President Li Shaode said that vessel companies of China Shipping must learn from  the lessons of "Yong An No.4 Vessel"  whose mainframe was broken down during  No.6 typhoon. He instructed safety management division of vessel companies to take preventive measures in advance to ensure the security of voyages.

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General Dynamics NASSCO Holds Naming Ceremony for Final BP Tanker Print

The Alaskan Legend to be Delivered to BP on August 18
General Dynamics NASSCO, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), today held a ceremony to name the fourth and final double-hulled oil tanker it is building for BP Shipping Ltd., the Alaskan Legend. BP Shipping Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary and ship operating division of BP p.l.c. (ADR: BP).

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